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/Jan/2011

allinners

By: catahoula68 @ 11:28 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 0 )

recently I have played in a number of micro tournaments( as they should be called allin tournaments) I have found that the ppl playing there have absoulutly no skill and no sense when you call an all in with 52 os your an idiot. there is just no other way to put it you so stupid in your play that you should be shot and if you survive you should be shot again. the majority of them are from slavic nations and im suprised that they even know how to turn a computer on much less work the mouse. it does tell me we need to quit sending out foriegn aid to them. if they have a computer and electricty then they can worry about their own food and we can start to worry about the ppl here  who need our help. they dont need sliders and option button all they need is allin buttons and let the cards fall.

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